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Dealing with AI Biases, Part 2: Inherited Biases from Data

Michael Wu,

Today, AI technology is becoming more pervasive in our lives. But one major roadblock is still preventing enterprises from realizing AI’s full potential.

The fear and distrust of AI because AI can be biased is still preventing many industries from fully embracing AI and its many benefits.

In my last article, “Dealing with AI Biases Part 1,” we talked about the AI bias problem and explored how AI became biased. And the simplest response to AI bias is to acknowledge the bias and use the trained algorithms judiciously. Not using the biased AI in populations where its bias marginalize certain groups could limit its potential damage, but this also limits the benefits it could bring.

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